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Online retail: threat or opportunity? Find out at PCR Retail Boot Camp

Lisa Carter
Online retail: threat or opportunity? Find out at PCR Retail Boot Camp

Amazon and eBay, Groupon deals and Twitter. All and more will be discussed in what promises to be a lively panel debate at the upcoming PCR Retail Boot Camp.

Entitled 'Online Selling: Threat or Opportunity?', this panel session will look at the thorny issue of internet trading and cover the following areas:-

* Online – Retail’s beacon of hope or bête noire?
* Amazon & eBay – friend or foe?
* Harnessing social media
* Groupon and other daily deal services

The panel will include Mark Banfield (Autotask), Shane Redding (Cyance), Steven Lightfoot (Pudsey Computers) and Phil Meacham (Synaxon) and will be chaired by Richard Tubb (IT business consultant and chair of the CompTIA Channel Community).

PCR Retail Boot Camp is an exciting new conference and expo for the UK PC and IT channel, taking place on Wednesday May 2nd at The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London. It is free for retailers to attend and will provide a day of conference sessions, expo showcases and networking – all designed to help dealers improve their business. In addition, all dealers who attend the event will go home with a VIP Gift Bag, including an Apple TV, worth £99.

In addition, there will be a series of 'Break-Out Sessions' during the afternoon, giving distributors and vendors the opportunity to present technical or service sessions with smaller groups of dealers.

Meanwhile, an after-show party, sponsored by VIP, will provide networking opportunities to round off the day's events.

Supporting the PCR Retail Boot Camp are Innergie (Headline Partner), Micro-P (Connected Home Partner), GData, VIP Computers, Arctic, Westcoast, Lygo/Turtle Beach and EntaTech (Platinum Partners), plus AVG, Computers Unlimited, Koch Media, Autotask, Samsung, TP Link, Wasp, Synaxon and Realtime Distribution (Gold Partners).

CompTIA and Network Group are also Associated Partners of the event.

Dealers can register their interest in attending the event by emailing pcrbootcamp@intentmedia.co.uk.

A dedicated website, at www.pcrbootcamp.com, has just been launched, providing up-to-date information about the event. Retailers can register their interest in attending the event via the website, while suppliers can also find out more about getting involved in the conference and expo.

And don't forget to follow our Twitter feed @PCRBootcamp.

A limited number of additional Event Partner Packages are available. Contact Carly.Bailey@intentmedia.co.uk or Rob.Baker@intentmedia.co.uk to find out more.

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